Your doc file has been captured as an image file (attached). [img]http://www.phy.ntnu.edu.tw/ntnujava/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=2105.0;attach=3911;image[/img] However, I was not able to understand what you need.
[quote]The idea is that AIDS causing virus HIV-1 (green icozahedrons) move first from A to B and attaches to CD4 receptor via its counterpart the gp 120 in vertical position. During the movement the 3 inner gimbals (colored rings) should rotate gradually and locked i.e. match each other concentrically at the attachment. [/quote]
1. Does B mean the initial condition in the previous simulation I have created for you? 2. Does A mean ROLL=90 and YAW=90? 3. Do you want A to become initial state and the simulation change from status A to status B?
[quote] Then the attached HIV-1 (icosaeder) together with the CD4 receptor and the Lipid raft as well should move to the right side and attach the CCR5 co-receptor. The rings should stay at the same position as in B.[/quote] 4. What need to be done in the simulation to show status C???